DARPA is leveraging that power with a program called Computers and Humans Exploring Software Security (CHESS). Brian Pierce, director of DARPA’s Information Innovation Office described the program to Nextgov. “The goal,” reports Nextgov, “is to mix autonomous and semi-autonomous cybersecurity systems with human cyber experts who can work out some of the abstract problems that computers aren’t as good at solving.”
As DTA subscribers know, this combination of human and machine intelligence is at the very heart of our Meraglim project with Jim Rickards, so we follow advances in this sector closely. In fact, we will do a deeper dive into this subject for our subscribers in next week’s essay.
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